Naval Service Board and Detain Two Spanish Fishing Vessels.

The Naval Service ship LE Niamh boarded and detained two Spanish registered fishing vessels for alleged breaches of fishing regulations approx 30 miles South of Castletownbere late last night.

The vessels were boarded shortly before midnight and detained at 01.35am. Both ships are being escorted under the authority of the LE Niamh to Castletownbere where they will be handed over to the Gardai; the vessels are due alongside in Castletownbere at midday.

These are the 4th and 5th detentions by the Naval Service so far this year, in 2010 the Naval Service carried out 1,666 vessel boardings which resulted in 70 warnings and eight detentions.

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Press Release Date: Friday 10th June, 2011

For Further Information contact:

Press Officer: Comdt. Neil Nolan

Tel: 045 49 2502 , 045 49 2503

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Bhordáil agus choinnigh an LE Niamh, long de chuid an Chabhlaigh, dhá shoitheach iascaigh Spáinneacha as sárú lí­omhnaithe ar rialacháin iascaigh thart ar 30 mí­le amach ó dheas as Baile Chaisleán Bhéarra aréir.

Bordáladh na soithigh go gairid roimh mheán oí­che agus coinní­odh í­ ag 01.35am. Tá an dá soitheach á dtionlacan faoi údarás an LE Niamh go Baile Chaisleán Bhéarra, áit a dtabharfar ar láimh do na Gardaí­ iad; meastar go mbeidh na soithigh  i mBaile Chaisleán Bhéarra ag meán lae.

Seo iad an 4ú agus an 5ú coinneáil ag an gCabhlach go dtí­ seo i mbliana, in 2010 bhordáil an Cabhlach 1,666 soitheach agus as sin tháinig  70 rabhadh agus 8 gcoinneáil.


Dáta an Phreasráitis: Dé hAoine 10 Meitheamh 2011

Chun tuilleadh eolais a fháil téigh i dteagmháil le:

Preasoifigeach: An Ceannfort Neil Nolan

Teil: 045 49 2502 , 045 49 2503

Fón Póca : 087 2482130

Rí­omhphost: Preasoifigeach


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